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  The Gospel of the Hebrews
The Gospel of the Hebrews seems to be independent of the New Testament in the quoted portions; unfortunately, since the gospel is not extant, it is difficult to know whether unquoted portions of the Gospel of the Hebrews might show signs of dependence.
The Gospel of the Hebrews is known from quotations by Cyril of Jerusalem (Discourse on Mary Theotokos 12a), Origen (Commentary on John 2.12.87), Clement of Alexandria (Stromateis,, and Jerome (Commentary on Isaiah 4, Commentary on Ephesians 3, Commentary on Ezekiel 6, De viris illustribus 2).
And in the Gospel according to the Hebrews which the Nazarenes are accustomed to read, it is placed among the greatest sins 'if a man have grieved the spirit of his brother'.
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A substantial fragment of the Gospel of Peter, in a manuscript of the eighth or ninth century A.D., was discovered in 1887 at Akhmim in Egypt.
The Gospel is distinguished, in the text we have, by its interest in the fulfillment of prophecy in the passion narrative, its strongly anti-Jewish bias (see Anti-Semitism), which emphasizes the sole responsibility of the Jews for the death of Jesus, its heightening of the miraculous, and its apologetic interest in supplying evidence for the resurrection.
Gospels of this kind sometimes draw on traditions of the sayings of Jesus, in order to interpret and develop them further, but often the contents are unrelated to Gospel traditions.
www.ecclesia.relig-museum.ru /Researches/gospel.htm   (4016 words)

 Gospel of the Nazoreans from Throckmorton
Gospel of the Nazaraeans (in Jerome, Commentary on Matthew 27:16)--In the Gospel according to the Hebrews Barabbas is interpreted as "son of their master (teacher?)." He had been condemned because of insurrection and murder.
Gospel of the Nazaraeans (in Haimo of Auxerre, Commentary on Isaiah 53:12)--As it is said in the Gospel of the Nazarenes: At this word of the Lord, many thousands of Jews standing around the cross, believed.
Gospel of the Nazaraeans (in Jerome, Letter 120 to Hedibia and Commentary on Matthew 27:51): In the Gospel that is written in Hebrew letters we read, not that the curtain of the temple was torn, but that the astonishingly large lintel of the temple collapsed.
www.angelfire.com /sc3/nwp/GospelNazoreansB.htm   (4848 words)

 Gospel of John
That the gospel was written late in the 90s AD or early 2nd century is shown by the fact that the prophecies regarding the destruction of Jerusalem, now a past event, are noteworthy for their absence, and apocalypticism in general is expurgated.
The heresies that the Gospel of John have inadvertently spawned have been far reaching, inasmuch that by effect John the Baptist’s message is implied to be concurrent with Christ, thus demeaning the significance of Christ.
The Jesus of the Gospel of John is a Greek demigod or hero, not the one of the Synoptics or the Scriptures.
www.nabion.org /html/gospel_of_john.html   (7064 words)

 The Gnostic Gospels
Thomas's gospel was probably omitted from the cannon because it was used by Gnostics.
The Gospel according to the Hebrews (or the Gospel of the Nazarenes).
Other gospels, many of which were known to the Church Fathers, include the Gospel of Peter, the Gospel of Matthias (lost), the Gospel of Basilides (lost), the Gospel of the Twelve Apostles, The Gospel of Nicodemus, incorporating the Acts of Pontius Pilate, The Gospel of the Egyptians, The Gospel of Truth.
www.cathar.info /gnosticgospels.htm   (2086 words)

 Gospel of the Nazoraeans - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Whatever the origin, and similarity of the text, this version of the text was the one used by the Nazarenes of Beroea, Syria (Aleppo).
Since the gospel adds clarifications, it is likely based on the canonical text (instead of vice versa) due to the argument of unlikelihood that a scribe creating a canonical version of the Gospel of Matthew would intentionally obscure the text.
Alexandrian Egypt is most often indicated as its place of origin by the fact that its principal witnesses are the Alexandrians - Clement and Origen - and by the idea of Jesus as the Son of the Holy Spirit, which is documented for Egypt by the Coptic Epistle of James.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Gospel_of_the_Nazarenes   (594 words)

The Nazarenes only read their gospel, and did not read the Greek copies, though doubtless they were familiar with them.
The Nazarenes, however, were the spiritual descendants of James the Just, the brother of the Lord (according to the flesh).
Sadly, after Catholicism became the state religion of the Roman Empire, the Nazarenes eventually died out, forced to become like the Gentile Christians (presumably) under the new power of the growing church and its attitudes that anything Jewish was “old.” (See “Old Testament”) It was not until the 20th century when this practice stopped.
www.nabion.org /html/nazarenes.html   (1116 words)

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Gospel of the Nazaraeans (in Jerome, Commentary on Matthew 6:11)--In the so-called Gospel according to the Hebrews, for "bread essential to existence" I found "mahar," which means "of tomorrow"; so the sense is: our bread for tomorrow, that is, of the future, give us this day.
Gospel of the Nazaraeans: What is marked with an asterisk [i.e., from "When it is evening" to the end of v.
Gospel of the Nazaraeans: The Jewish Gospel has, immediately after "seventy times seven": For in the prophets also, after they were anointed by the Holy Spirit, a word of sin [sinful speech?] was found in them.
www.essene.com /Gospels/gNazaraeans.htm   (4857 words)

 The Nazarenes
What set the Nazarenes apart from other Jewish sects was their strong conviction that Jesus was the long-awaited Messiah and that the Kingdom of God would be established very soon.
This was catastrophic for the Nazarenes, and there is a report that many of them fled to a place called Pella east of the Jordan River.
Another modern Christian group, the Nazarenes of Mount Carmel, claims to be "a modern resurrection of the ancient Nazorean Christians".
www.gospel-mysteries.net /nazarenes.html   (1268 words)

 IBSS - The Bible - Other Gospels
The gospel is best explained in I Corinthians 15:3-4 "For what I received I passed on to you as of first importance: that Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures, that he was buried, that he was raised on the third day according to the scriptures" (NIV).
Fragments of this gospel in the original Greek version were found in the Oxyrhynchus, Egypt at the beginning of the 20th century.
At first it was thought that the Gospel of Thomas actually was the Q document, though the general consensus remains that it is not.
www.bibleandscience.com /bible/othergospels.htm   (1526 words)

 The Holy Order of O:N:E:
Eusebius refers to GH as “the Gospel that is spread abroad among the Jews in the Hebrew tongue” (Theophina 4:12 on Mt. 10:34-36) and “the Gospel [written] in Hebrew letters” (ibid on Mt. 25:14f).
The term “Gospel of the Nazarenes” is never used by the “Church Fathers” either and only appears in the middle ages where it is clearly a euphemism for the Gospel according to the Hebrews.
The Gospel of Luke was drawn largely from GH and was composed to present the message of Yeshua to the Sadducees.
essenes.net /new/trimmgospelheb.html   (3707 words)

 AskWhy! on Gospels 2 - Christianity Revealed   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The material peculiar to John is the miracle at Cana, Nicodemus, the Samaritan woman, healing a cripple and a blind man in Jerusalem, raising Lazarus, washing the feet of the disciples, the farewell discourses, parts of the passion and the prologue.
The Quran speaks of the Gospel, in the singular, which must have been the gospel of the Nazarenes evidently still existing in Arabia at the time of Muhammed in the seventh century and revered by local Christians.
The fourth gospel, John, seems to stem from a different tradition from the other three especially in its account of the last week in Jerusalem but is too late to be of primary interest.
www.askwhy.co.uk /christianity/0060TheGospels2.html   (5697 words)

 The Apocrypha
Aside from the Gospel of the Nazarenes, these texts mostly survive as quotes scattered amongst critical commentaries by catholic Christians, some modern theories suggest that these may be variations on one another, although the quotations from the Gospel of the Ebionites appear more distinct than the others.
The mediaeval Gospel of Barnabas (not to be confused with the earlier Epistle of Barnabas)
Recent scholarship is increasingly regarding the Gospel of Thomas as part of the tradition from which the canonical gospels eventually emerged; in any case both of these documents are important as showing us what the theoretical Q document, might have looked like.
www.thenazareneway.com /apocrypha.htm   (2148 words)

There were early Jewish Christian gospels that have been supressed (for example, the Gospel of the Hebrews, the Gospel of the Nazarenes), which would be historically very important if we had the full texts, but only a few small fragments have survived.
This coheres with the still later development of gospels that were exclusively concerned with the passion (e.g., Gospel of Peter, Acts of Pilate) and the Infancy (e.g., the Infancy Gospel of Thomas and the Protoevangelium of James).
The gospels with the greatest attention to the last week (Mark and John) are also the gospels with the most detailed descriptions of Jesus' itinerary prior to his final week.
www.chass.utoronto.ca /~prchrdsn/jesusnotes.htm   (3414 words)

 Rejection of Pascal's Wager: Nazarenes and Christians
The Nazarene leadership apparently followed a dynastic line (echoing the zealot tradition) for we also know that the grandson of Jesus brother Jude, James and Sokker, were associated with the leadership of the sect.
The beliefs of the Nazarenes (soon deprecatorily called the Ebionites-the poor ones-by the developing orthodox-catholic church) [19] were all we would have expected based on our earlier analysis of Jesus and his actual teachings.
We know from Saint Jerome (c342-420) that the Nazarenes even have their own gospel in Aramaic, known as the Gospel of the Nazarenes or the Gospel of the Hebrews, which contained saying attributed to Jesus not found in the canonical gospels.
www.geocities.com /paulntobin/nazarenes.html   (1918 words)

 Apocryphal Gospels   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
There is one citation (in two places) of a "Secret Gospel of Mark." Legend has it that before Mark wrote his canonical gospel, he wrote down a collection of sayings of Jesus expressly for Jesus' followers.
The Gospel of Barnabas is a forgery, based loosely on the canonical gospel of John, but created by Muslims.
There is no mention of the Gospel by anyone (Muslim, Christian, or otherwise) before the 15th century, and no manuscripts exist prior to the end of that century.
www.friktech.com /rel/canon/gospels.htm   (657 words)

 A Follow Up Response to a Muslim's Denial Regarding the Quran's Confirmation of the Holy Bible
This is why I said that the term Gospel in a broader sense encompasses the entire NT corpus since the NT is the revelation of Christ which he gave to his followers to pass on to the Churches.
This suggests that the Gospel that they had was thoroughly orthodox in content, since it is quite unlikely that they would hold to a Gospel which contradicted their core beliefs.
This implies that Jesus' Gospel is in fact one of the Canonical Gospels, and that the Gospel doesn't have to be written by him in order to qualify as his Gospel.
answering-islam.org /Quran/Bible/sixpoints_r2b.html   (10121 words)

 Barnabas Gospel of Barnabas Injeel Barnabas Islam Quran Koran Allah Muhammad Islam URL Middle East resources Women ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Gospel of Barnabas is located in the Imperial Library in Vienna, and it's considered as a rich and precious historical value.
The Gospel of Barnabas has survived the destruction, since many pious and devoted Christians had vowed to harbour and preserve the teachings of Jesus, the Prophet of God.
Muslims don't need to fabricate Gospels to prove that Islam is the ONLY true religion there is. Muslims believe that the Holy Qur'an is Allah's final revelation to humanity, and we also believe that Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) is the final messenger of Allah and the Seal of the Prophets.
salam.muslimsonline.com /~ig/islam/abbas/barnabas.htm   (1553 words)

 Gospel of the Nazoreans
The Gospel of the Nazoreans is an expansion of the Gospel of Matthew, translated from Greek into Aramaic or Syriac.
In The Other Gospels, Cameron notes the sources that are available: "The first reference to the Gospel of the Nazoreans was made ca.
Fragments are preserved in the works of Origen (early in the third century) and Eusebius (early in the fourth century); Epiphanius (late in the fourth century) attests to the existence of this gospel, but does not quote from it.
www.earlychristianwritings.com /gospelnazoreans.html   (370 words)

 St. Matthew the Evangelist   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
But before his departure, at the earnest solicitation of the Jewish converts in Judaea, he wrote the history of the life and actions of the blessed Jesus, which he left among them as a standing monument of what he had so often delivered to them in his sermons.
He was remarkably modest in the giving the preference to others, even though their abilities were not so conspicuous as his own.
The Gospel which St. Matthew wrote at the entreaty of the Jewish converts before he left Judaea, was penned in the Hebrew language, but soon after was translated into Greek by one of his own disciples.
chi.gospelcom.net /morestories/matthew.shtml   (440 words)

 Essene Gospel 4
And they were all clad in garments of white linen, pure and clean, for linen is the righteousness of the saints; and each had the color of his or her tribe.
Now after the sabbath was ended and the dawn rose on the first day of the week, came Maria Magdalene to the sepulcher, bearing the spices which She had prepared; and there were others with Her.
And Yeshu said: We stood in the midst of the world, and in the flesh were We seen and heard, and We found all people glutted with their own pleasures, and drunk with their own follies, and none found We hungry or thirsty for the wisdom which is of Aumen.
essenes.net /Gospel4.htm   (17292 words)

 Gospel of Light: Gospel of the Nazarenes
The Pure Living Gospel Message is a guidebook to how we must live and think in order to walk in TheWay and enter the Kingdom within.
And while Disciples can have access to the Living Word, the body of believers who cling to the ways of this world are not given this entrance into the Holy of Holies where they are Preserved.
You will be astonished when you read a surviving text of The Gospel of the Nazirenes which was hidden away from the corrupters of the Roman Church.
a.webring.com /hub?ring=gospeloflightgos   (617 words)

 Essene Nazarean Church of Mount Carmel
This manuscript is claimed to be the reincarnation of the ancient Gospel of the Hebrews, the original Gospel of Matthew mentioned by Jerome and other early church fathers.
Our position on the The Gospel of the Holy Twelve is that Ouseley brought forth true material from, or related to, ancient documents of great import to modern Essenes.
In Lection 46 Verse 17, of the Gospel of the Nazarenes, that was translated in 1892, the term "Teachers Of Righteousness" is used, a term that was not known until the Discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls 1n 1947.
www.essene.com /NazareneGospel/index.html   (1521 words)

 Gospel of the Hebrews - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wherefore these two forms exist: 'Out of Egypt have I called my son,' and 'for he shall be called a Nazarene.'
And they [the Ebionites] receive the Gospel according to Matthew.
They say that Christ was not begotten of God the Father, but created as one of the archangels...
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Gospel_of_the_Hebrews   (1240 words)

 B'Sorah HaEvrim by James Trimm (Book) in Religion & Spirituality
This lost book was reputed to be the 'the especial delight of those of the Hebrews who have accepted Messiah' (Eusebius; Eccl.
3:25:5) and 'the Gospel which the Nazarenes and Ebionites use' (Jerome; On Mat.
Using fragments and quotes contained in various works of the 'Church Fathers' and Historians coupled with His own translation of Hebrew Gospel of Matthew the editor hopes to have been true to the original text.
www.lulu.com /content/312302   (169 words)

Schleiermacher: Fragmentary Hypothesis, gospels are a collection of various written materials.
Papias' Mark is a gospel written by Mark, but not the canonical Mk.
Holtzmann: Two-Source Hypothesis: (1) Alpha (Ur-Marcus), an early gospel similar to Mk and (2) Lambda [later called Q by J.Weiss], a sayings source used by Mt and Lk.
www.mindspring.com /~scarlson/synopt/chron.htm   (1064 words)

 The Gospel of the Hebrews
And if any accept the Gospel according to the Hebrews, where the Saviour himself saith, 'Even now did my mother the Holy Spirit take me by one of mine hairs, and carried me away unto the great mountain Thabor', he will be perplexed, &c.
Go to the Gospel of the Hebrews page.
Go to the Early Christian Writings table of contents.
www.earlychristianwritings.com /text/gospelhebrews-mrjames.html   (2944 words)

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